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Cha Seung-won confident about the "MBC Grand Award"

2011/12/11 | 1627 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Cha Seung-won showed confidence regarding his chances to win the MBC Grand Award.

On December 11th, MBC's "Section TV" showed Cha Seung-won holding the 2011 Grimae Best Actor Award for "The Greatest Love".

After winning the prize, in an interview with "Section TV", Cha Seung-won gave meaning to his win saying, "This award smells of sweat since the directors gave it to me".

When the reporter asked him to say a speech in the 'Dok Go-jin' version, he said, "What?"

Then he was asked if he though he could win the 'MBC Grand Award' and he replied, "You think I won't be able to win it?"

The Grimae Awards are hosted by the Korean Broadcasting Directors Association and awards are given to those actors and actresses who have shown outstanding performances in documentaries, dramas and others with outstanding screen or experimental performances throughout the year.

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